ANNOUNCEMENTS

4 months ago

Photo of a grizzly bear with the Deming name.
Welcome to  Deming Elementary

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Retirement Reception


The Deming/ Miller family invites students and families to come and celebrate the retirement of several of our great Grizzly staff.  Reception to be held at Deming Gym from 4:30-6:30.  Refreshments will be served.  Sponsored by PTO.

           

MAKE AN IMPACT!

Thank you for the presentation from the very own Colorado Rockies! What a great time!




Come Join Us!


When:  Wednesday, May 18

Time:  5:30 PM

Where:  The Conservatory and Children's Village

Parent Teacher Organization logo with an apple.



Super Hero Award Celebration!

Our super Grizzly students were recognized at the 2nd quarter awards celebration by Deming’s “Super Hero” staff for excellence with academic and behavioral success.  Way to go Deming Elementary students!

Photo of students dressed as super heroes.

1st Grade visits the Cheyenne fire department

Students visiting the local fire department.

Deming's own future Fire fighter!

Students visiting the local fire department.

Thank you Cheyenne Fire Department for your time and keeping us safe

Students visiting the local fire department.

Hands on learning at it's best

Winter is upon us

Please make sure your children are dressed for the weather. We will go out for recess unless the windchill is below zero. Students who are not able to go outside due to an existing medical condition must have a note from their doctor.

Students caught doing something Paw-tastic!

Something new for our students this year is the Grizzly necklace.. All students are given a necklace that will be used to hold the charms students earn for displaying paw-tastic behavior and effort. Grizzly staff are busy each day watching for kids going the extra mile to be responsible, respectable and safe.  If they are "caught" then they are given a grizzly ticket.  The student then signs it and puts in in a box for a weekly drawing.  If their name is called then they get to pick a Grizzly paw charm.  There are many other reasons a student may receive a charm, such as for birthdays, losing their first tooth at school, finishing Type to Learn and Math facts, Fun Run, not being a bully and many more!


KEY Students of the Month

Students at Deming Elementary are learning about eight desirable character traits. The key traits are Integrity, Failure Leads to Success, Speak with Good Purpose, This Is It, Commitment, Ownership, Flexibility, and Balance.  Teachers select students from their classrooms who exemplify the trait and are named as the "Key Student of the Month."   Key students are recognized at a celebration sponsored by our business partners Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Mr. Jim's Pizza.

Photos of students of the month.

Back row: Sherry from BC/BS, Dalton Titus, Scarlett Sampson, AB Gutierrez, Iris Beadles, Tracy from BC/BS

Front row: Lane Davison, Kylee Holland, Madi Watson, Quinn Beadles

Meet Elway!
Elway is a working therapy dog!  He is part of our Animal Assisted Therapy here at Deming Miller.  We are so excited for him to start working here.  Thank you Mrs. Upward for sharing him with us.  For more information on Elway, please refer to the School Resource section.  Welcome Elway!
Photo of a dog.

LIBRARY MAKE-OVER!

We are excited to announce that our library will be receiving a make-up.  The library has been awarded a matching grant from 8 local businesses in the amount of 7,400.00 to order new fiction and non-fiction (Deming and Miller to split).  Feel free to stop by and check out the revitalized libraries.  The books should be arriving a the end of March. 



CONTACT INFO
Tina Hunter, Principal

Main Office: 307-771-2400
Email: deming@laramie1.org
Fax: 307-771-2402

715 W. 5th Ave.
Cheyenne, WY 82001

PRINCIPAL'S PAGE

9 months ago

Welcome Mrs. Hunter!!!


A Letter from our Principal

           

It is my pleasure to be the Principal of the greatest elementary school in Laramie County School District #1. Words cannot explain how fortunate I am to work with such an exceptional group of students, staff and parents.  I know that Deming-Miller Elementary is the "best kept secret" in Cheyenne, and that together, we can “Make a difference and ensure that all our students achieve academic and emotional success.”  Without a doubt, the commitment to the Deming-Miller learning community is what makes our school top notch!  Working together we can provide students with many opportunities to --  “Make a wish, take a chance, make a change.” 

New Cubs Join the Grizzly Family

9 months ago

Michelle Kirkbride,

Speech

Hello!  My name is Michelle Kirkbride and I am the speech language pathologist assigned to Deming.  I have worked as an SLP for the past 20 years in various settings including  STRIDE, private practice and various schools in the district.  I am also currently assigned to Freedom elementary.  My husband and I have 4 children ages 19, 17, 15, and 12.  In my spare time I enjoy reading, hockey, and time with my family.

Ben Finch,

Behavior Specialist

Ben has lived in Cheyenne for four years now, working with LCSD #1 the whole time. Before that He worked at another Wyoming school for four years in special education. He  graduated from college in 2013, and since then has  gotten married and have one son.



Meagan Baker,

Librarian

Michelle Rayl,

PLC Interventionist

My name is Michelle Rayl and I am excited to be part of the Grizzly team! I am originally from Minnesota. We moved to Cheyenne two years ago and I began substitute teaching in LCSD#1. My teaching experience spans 32 years. I have taught all elementary grades in Minnesota and 7th and 8th grade math in North Dakota. My husband and I have four sons and three daughters-in-law. I enjoy quilting, hiking, and puzzles.

Tina Hunter,

Principal

Christy Mantle,

Nurse

Christy graduated in the 70's from University of Iowa College of Nursing in Iowa City, Iowa.  She worked Neonatal ICU, Pediatric Oncology, Cardiac Intensive Care Transport, Child Psych and Long Term Care before School Nursing for Headstart and Public Schools.  Her favorite job of all time was raising a family and Black Angus Cattle on a small Ranch NW of Chugwater

Ron Morgan,

Art

Randy Hurd,

Educational Diagnostician

Aubrey hazelet,

Nutritional Services

By Jennifer Prindle

Cheyenne, Wyoming
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